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  1. Various interviews and reviews over the years conducted with writers at the New York Pitch Conference (Ripley Greer Studios). Reasonably detailed and not overly meandering.
  2. Writing, development, editing, and pitch forums (as well as companion sources) for utilization by New York Pitch and Algonkian alums. This is a focal point for polishing, rewriting, or beginning a new novel manuscript. => The Algonkian Novel Writing Program is open to all Algonkian/NYP alums at no additional cost. If you are not an alum, the cost is $799.00. Primary Work and Study Forums - MS Development and Editing Novel Writing and Development Locus - Strong Bewares and Actual Results Platitudes, entitled amateurism, popular delusions, and erroneous information are all
  3. - Rosemary DiBattista NY/PRNewswire: "On Maggie's Watch" NY/PRNewswire: "Lipstick in Afghanistan" - Susan Moger - Kim Boykin (Interview with Kim Boykin) - Author Natasha Bauman - Author Pamela Binder - Roberta Gately, author of Lipstick in Afghanistan Suite 101 Review - Author Kate Gallison
  4. - Donna Rubino (The Camaraderie of Conference) - Halie Fewkes, signed by Andrea Hurst - Jim Smith, 9/14 Pitch - Kim Van Alkemade, signed by Harper Collins - Christopher Lee / Criminal Defense Attorney - Bonnie Carlins, writer and author - Dave McMenamin, Signed by Talcott Notch Literary Agency - Kelley McNeil, signed by Writers House - Amy Reichert - Sandra Glynn
  5. Reviews of Algonkian Writer Conferences - NY Pitch NOTE: we do not simply list writers who have been published following attendance at our events unless we have received a communication from them advising us of the connection. The December 2020 New York Pitch Conference was empowering. In the group, there were a number of neat writers with good work under their belts, no one ups-man-ship, no snarkies, just plain good and very intelligent people with a common purpose. I had never talked to an agent or publisher before. But they exhibit all the attributes that qualify them as direct,
  6. About Algonkian Events and Workshops Haste born of impatience is a writer's second worst enemy. Hubris is the worst. - Director Michael Neff Algonkian Writer Conferences began in late 2001 on the banks of the Potomac River at Algonkian Park in northern Virginia. With its beautiful setting and cottages, it seemed a natural place for a workshop, and thus, Algonkian Writer Workshops was born. By 2004 it had expanded to include more professionals in the literary business, i.e., agents, editors, and authors, as well as more events such as the New York Pitch Confe
  7. NEWS : NEW YORK PITCH ONLINE At recent 2020/2021 New York Pitch events held online via high-tech video conferencing, upwards of 67 projects were chosen for professional consideration by NY Pitch faculty for both book and TV/film markets. Agents, publishing house editors, and producers in attendance included agent Amy Stapp from Wolfson Literary, editor Hannah O'Grady from St. Martins, film producer Ken Atchity of AEI/Story Merchant, senior agent Michelle Richter of Fuse Literary, editor Elle Keck from Harper Collins, editor Miranda Hill from Penguin-Random House, editor Chris Morgan from
  8. Algonkian Writers Conference Events and Retreats - Ongoing Client Review: Manuscripts to Market Editorial Service - $2300.00+ - Rolling Admissions: Novel Development and Writing Program, Online, $799 - June 17 - 20, 2021: New York Pitch Conference, LIVE IN NEW YORK, $795 - June 24 - 27, 2021: New York Pitch Conference, ONLINE WITH ZOOM, $795 - October 22 - 25, 2021: St. Augustine Author-Mentor, FL, $2860 - (Map/Directions) - December 8 - 12, 2021: Algonkian Park Workshop Retreat, $109
  9. What is the Purpose of Algonkian? To give writers in all genres a realistic chance at becoming published commercial or literary authors by providing them with the professional connections, feedback, advanced craft knowledge and savvy they need to succeed in today's extremely competitive market. What is Your Strategy for Getting Writers Published? - A model-and-context pedagogy that utilizes models of craft taken from great fiction authors and playwrights, thereby enabling the writer to pick and choose the most appropriate techniques for utilization in the context of t
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